Skip the DVD? Because it's only full screen format?
Assuming that, like me, you are actually a fan of this movie...my God, do you know what a terrible thing that would be, for those few of us who know of and love this film? Here's a news flash for you, dvddude: _THIS IS NOT_ A WELL-KNOWN FILM. I for one was overjoyed when I heard this was getting a DVD release, I was actually afraid it would just disappear into obsucrity. Not only that, but it gets a short making-of documentary and filmmakers commentary as well, which to me seemed almost too good to be true. And you're not happy because the disk is full-screen only?
Here's what will happen if we all take your advice: No future copies of the DVD will be made, and the distributers will say,"Well, it was an obsucre little film, guess not many people knew of or wanted it, it was a waste of money to put it out on DVD." I am a proud owner of a CHOPPING MALL DVD, and as others have said, be happy with what you've got. And again, those are some sweet extras you've got there which in my mind more than make up for any short-comings.
I doubt very much this film would disappear into obscurity. Granted it's not mainstream, but it's no where as obscure as some of you make it out to be- besides, far far more obscure 80's horror films have been released on DVD(Long Island Cannibal Massacre, They Don't Cut The Grass Anymore, Dark Heritage, Cannibal Campout to name a few)
My head hurts, my teeth itch, my feet stink, and I don't love Jesus.